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evening, steve paulson has your weather. >>> it is going to be warmer brian and pam and we are looking for temperatures that will be in the 40s and mostly sunny, not a lot of high clouds, temperatures warming up, 64 in san jose and morgan hill, here is sal. >>> traffic does look pretty good if you are driving around the bay area, no major problems driving on 880 southbound as you drive to oakland. this is northbound 101 traffic approaching the 880 split, let's go back to the desk. >>> there is new developments in the case of a man setting his girlfriend on fire. oliver was taken into custody at 9:00 last night at a motel in oakland. he was booked on arson and murder charges. he doused his girlfriend with gasoline and lit her on fire after the couple got into an argument outside of a laudromat. she is now in the hospital with critical injuries. >>> the coast guard will meet with the man who sideswiped the bay bridge. here is more about the bar pilot. >> reporter: a few moments ago a spokesperson confirmed their people will be doing an interview with the bar pilot who was at the control
>> welcome to the journal, live from dw. i am steve thomas. >> i am steve chaid. >> the opening of the berlin brandenburg international airport is again delayed. >> five gang rape suspects appear in court for their first hearing. >> get ready for the wagner year as classical music fans celebrate the 200th anniversary of the german composer prosper a. -- gir-- german composer's birt. >> construction problems and safety concerns have dealt yet another set act, the fifth now, to berlin's new international airport. no new opening date has been scheduled, it is looking like the airport might not be opening before 2014. >> the delays are now having political repercussions. early in's mayor has announced his resignation of chair -- berlin's mayor has announced his resignation as chair. >> the list of problems facing berlin's new airport is getting even longer. the latest raft of issues means the airport will not be able to meet the revised opening date of october this year. over one billion euros more could be needed for the project. it was one disaster to many for klaus wowereit. afte
, those include francis alwrote oh,-steve chu who died in his early 50 exps a port employee and john kellogg who lived well into retirement and both walter new man and steve injury regarddo of the by deans family who also passed away last week and so if i may asked those two to our adjournment i'll like to add those to our report and that concludes my report. >> is there any other public comment? >>> item seven b informational update on jefferson street. >> ladies and gentlemen i would like to introduce john thomas the department of public words works the department public works and has taken this on together with a number of port staff that will be supporting him so if you would like to. >> good afternoon commissioners director moyer and as al, leaves i would acknowledge that i worked with him before and it's a coincidence we had worked together judge and for me to be here and so i'm here to provide with you a brief update on the jefferson project and judge snow the project extends from jounce street to hide along jefferson and includes complete replacement of the sidewalks
] >> and before we hear from abbey i would like to welcome steve noe from the city college board. >> thank you abbey for giving me an opportunity to speak about milton today. some of you may have heard that city college is facing some troubles; that we are at risk of losing our license to operate a college, and some of you may have heard that there is a -- as there should be -- a cause to save city college, to keep it from going under. what some of you may not know is that milton marks for over a decade on the board was trying to save city college before it became a popular cause, long before it was attention of media attention or the focus of some of the leaders in san francisco. the model of city college of san francisco is the truth may make you free, and for 20 years or so the college lost its way. it stopped abiding by its own motto. fortunately milton often alone fought to have the college stay true to its motto and fortunately filton -- milton was the perfect person to carry out that mission. when i first met milton he just wanted to talk and i was running for office. we were in t
and you know what yo have and then you can treat the with what you learned in the first half with steve and the goal of triage happens to be th motto of nert "do the most good for the most people" and if there is an earthquake right no and ceiling collapsed and 40 people in here, and if i'm the one rescuer coming to you and the first person is not breathing and no pulse, would you want me to stop and do cpr for this person before i reache you and what if there are 500 people behind that and do cpr and i just have to open an air way and all patients fall unde under -- and i'm going to use colors and green, walking wounded and anybody that walks. d for delayed or yellow meaning you're hurt but you're not hurt enough. you're not hurt but that no not that bad an. and d is dead. and dead is the easiest one to determine. and how do we determine whether someone is dead? they're not breathing, right an steve said that several times and how do we know someone is not breathing? we look, listen, and feel and open the air way and we look to see if the chest is rising and listen to feel air and how
lived out by his gisat-grandson steve hearst. the now 80,000-acre hearst ranch is one of the largest and oldest working cattle ranches on the california coast. but when the new generation of hearsts took over, the question quickly became, how can the ranch keep thriving in the modern era? >> and it was my ranch manager cliff garrison who said, "gee, steve, it's a shame we couldn't do anything with our beef." and i said, "well, why couldn't we?" and so ultimately we started pursuing the grass-fed beef, and it fit right in with the whole conservation solution for the property. >> it's fun. it's a picnic every day. you know, we love it. it's a beautiful place and a great place to work. >> so from the shadow of their famous neighbor, the hearst ranch is stepping into the spotlight these days with their brand-few grass-fed beef operation. grazing on rolling hills with picturesque views, the hearst beef is billed as nothing being added but their history, and it's true. the cattle thrive on nutrient-rich native grasses that have been there since the days of william randolph hearst, and toda
. steve brown reports. >> reporter: this flu season is a bad one. >> we are absolutelseeing an increase in number of people coming in with flu like symptoms cough, fever, chills fatigue. >> reporter: it started easy, 27 fold increase in confirmed cases than the same time last season. cdc says 41 states have widespread outbreaks many of them a new mutation. >> the strain is more viralent than some others. >> reporter: that is happening so much in illinois, monday, 11 hospitals had times waiting from 4 to 12 hours stopped taking nonemergency patients because of the influx of flu patients in boston the flu outbreak prompted officials to declare a public health emergency. >> significant rates of hospitalization, more serious than the last two years. >> reporter: near philadelphia, one hospital has a triage tent outside to treat patients with flu symptoms. tamiflu is in high demand and short supply in parts of texas. your best defense, roll up your sleeve. >> vaccine is a good vaccine it does match well to the flu types in the community. >> reporter: given the strength and speed of transmiss
-- >> this is steve. up may not recognize his face, and that is because he is the naked skydiver. >> yeah. we got him here on the show before. >> women, he did it again, of course to help raise funds for the african kconservation trust to help save rhinos, and this is the second video that he does of a naked skydive. >> what do you notice on his hand? >> oh, no! >> yeah! [ laughter ] that is sweet. >> that is fantastic. >> we're getting a little shout-out. i love it. >> what's more, we have steve via skype "right this minute" from south africa. you raised a ton of money for the rhinos. >> $60,000 so far. it's a good goal, but i think the next goal is to try to hit into the hundreds of thousands. >> are you raising more money with each successive jump as you get more popular with this? >> what i'm going to do, try to see how many different stunts i can do. i'm going to do a celebrity, one of the big tv shows. i'm hoping at a big stadium with all these things, challenge me to do more things. >> do you think they're doing it because of the rhinos or for the news. >> seeing dead rhinos, i think making it
john boehner replayed the whole thing to the "wall street journal" steve moore. the president says the country does not have a spending problem. told boehner to his face at the white house that it is all fiction. spending isn't the problem. healthcare is. get that under control the president reportedly says pretty much everything else is under control. we will talk to steve moore in a is second about what boehner said after this. it might explain this. nancy pelosi pushing for still more revenues this week and republicans demanding dollar for dollar tax hikes to spending cuts. what makes you think we will make any progress wielding this out of control when we are not. steve, why less won't be more. steve this is fascinating. tell me exactly what went down. >> i did the interview with speaker boehner on friday over in the capitol and one of the first things that he told me in the meeting. i said what was the most interesting thing and shocking thing about the five weeks of negotiations in the oval office with president obama? and he said at one point the president turned to him and
particularly hard-hit. correspondent steve brown reports tonight from the windy a sniffly city. >> reporter: this flu season is a bad one. >> we are absolutely seeing increase in number of people coming in with the flu like symptoms. cough, fevers, chills fa teak. >> it started early. 27-fold increase in confirmed cases than at the same time last flu s 41 states had flout outbreak. >> the strain out there causing cases is more vir leapt strain than others -- virulent strain than others so some are symptoms bad enough to warrant visit to emergency department. >> it's happened on illinois that 11 different hospitals ranging from four to 19 hours stop taking nonemergency patients in the e.r. because of the influx of flu parents. flu outbreak in boston prompted officials to declare a public health emergency. >> we are seeing significant rate of hospitalization. much more serious than we have seen in the last two years. >> near philadelphia, one hospital has a triage tent outside to treat patients with flu symptoms. tamiflu is in high demand and reportedly in short supply in parts of texas. your
steve schmidt. he is a republican senior strategist from the mccain/palin ticket in '08, msnbc analyst. steve, thank you for being here. good to see you. >> good to see you, rachel. happy new year. >> you too. i know you are a supporter of gun rights, steve. i know you are also a political realist. how do you assess the strength of the effort to try to come up with some form of reform agenda after newtown and after tucson? >> look, i think that the ad that you showed is obviously enormously compelling. it's emotional. the whole country was traumatized by this unspeakable tragedy that took place in newtown, and the tragedies that took place before it. and sadly, the tragedies that are going to take place next. and we don't know where those will be. but the nra is a fearsome political lobby. members particularly in the republican party are terrified of being primaried. this issue is often covered through a partisan prism when it should be looked at through a regional prism. if you talk about democrats in the south, in the mountain west, and places like north dakota, and you saw the new s
. steve for farella braun & martel. yes we object to a continuance. i think the standard rules work perfectly fine. if you continue all matters with four members you have a lot of meetings you couldn't conduct business and we object with the continuance and ask that. >> since there are objections it requires a motion by the board to either continue or don't continue. >> i don't think there is good cause to continue so i would not be inclined to do that. >> pardon me i didn't understand that. >> there is no good cause to continue so i wouldn't make a motion to continue. >> looks like we will continue mr. cobb. >> okay. so we can start your seven minutes. >> while before you start the seven minutes let me get an answer to the second question. has each member of the board read the briefs in their entirety? >> we received the briefs last friday. >> has any member of the board read each of the three briefs? >> i don't believe that the purpose of this meeting -- the purpose of the purpose is not intogz of the board and the respondent's side of the argument and your side and for the boar
>> i'm steve rudin and the weather center. we have a little bit of snow and rain. what can we expect for the football game tomorrow? the military is issuing a that sailors and their .amilies need to see is about a recreational drug someow it can make violent. we warn you that the video you are about to see is graphic. >> what is wrong with you? the u.s. navy is waging a war against a popular drug. people are using bath salts. they are not their normal selves. they say bath salt is not a but a nightmare. the video shows the range of paranoia that comes with doing this drug. they want sailors to know there , whichious side affects include seizures, depression, and schizophrenia. sailors think this might be high.ocent this is one thing you do not want to mess with. they showed the video to military members for reaction. it depicts a lot of the things that could go wrong and when people started using illegal substances. when you look at that part of it -- >> the movie has a zero use.ance policy for drug s sailors on the anders of bath salts them from making a career ending mistake. at th
people like gabby giffords come in to the debate and lorraine jobs, steve jobs' widow. come in to the debate helping giffords with her pac and saying to have an equal amount of money, perhaps more money to play with than the nra has. happy to see the explainer in chief bill clinton come in to the debate and important to have somebody like that who is a gun control -- i mean a gun safety and gun culture person like the debate you had with howard on the show yesterday. outlined the sort of cultural difference. you are a gun person. you're a hunter. you know all about guns. howard doesn't. i don't know everything about guns but that doesn't mean we can't have a part in the discussion. >> yeah. >> gun safety, reasonable gun laws. i mean, one study you cited and -- you cited but universal background checks polls well. doesn't change your ability to have the guns you want to have. and we have talked about executive action from the white house. i think it's almost certain that we'll see some executive action and the right -- not all of the right but some of the right using that as
hostile to media. and it works for them because they had enough innovation to get away with it. >> steve jobs was terrific with marketing but lousy with puerto rico. they refused to say how ill he was or what he had. he was the ceo. that was material information. he stayed alive with cancer long enough to build up his successor and build strength so when he died the stock did not go down. john: occasionally bad news can be good for business. like the tragic killing of trayvon martin may have helped skittles. he only had a bag of skittles that was the scene of the protest that followed. >> marching with signs and skittles in honor of trayvon martin rallying wearing a hoodies and carrying skittles. john: skittles said they will not commented its import -- inappropriate to get involved. >> our condolences go out for all involved but we will not exploit this for commercial purposes. by saying that is precisely the way to do it. >> that is an example where a company over thinking that puerto rico gets in the way of word-of-mouth. there is no more powerful thing than people talking to other pe
carnes, steve taylor. >> good afternoon, mr. fonaro. >>> hi, thanks for giving me time to speak. can you hear me? first of all, i want to say that these new options that you have come up with are fabulous if, in fact, they're going to happen. but based on this report that i'm reading, i don't think that they ever will. i don't think february 1st, 2013 is near enough time to take on these new options. and i think that it's funny that february 1st, 2013, is probably two days before you're going to start digging the trench on columbus avenue. also it seems like to me, based on our future or our past business together, that this is an item to a bees us when the real serious matter is paragraph 3, which says, if we can't do options 3 or 4, we're going to do what we had originally intended. i think that's all i had to say. >> thank you, sir. next speaker, please. >> lance carnes, steve taylor, lorenzo petroni. >> mr. carnes. good afternoon, mr. carnes. >>> yes, nice of you to hear us today, board members. i'd like to underline again about the community input and the communication to the neighb
steve as well about your deep knowledge of afghanistan and pakistan and the other bordering states. >> this is one that has taken a back burner. we are not that far removed from the election. the election was about by and large nothing more than the economy and which side could do it better. as a result almost every other issue gets pushed to the side, but we have, you know -- there are realtime tables in place in afghanistan about what we have pledged to do, what we will do. you talk about chuck hagel. what chuck hagel's role in all of that, if et wants to be secretary of defense. it's a complicated issue, and it's more complicated politically, andrea, simply because the american public -- this happened in iraq. it's clearly happening in afghanistan. the american public has tired of our involvement in these conflicts. this is not something new. this is something that has been long and coming. if you look at the history in polling at least of when that happens, public opinion almost never sort of sways back up to all of a sudden be supportive and think this was a battle worth fight
. this is a long time coming. this is a very long time coming. joining us now is steve clemons from "the washington note" and the new america foundation. steve writes at "the atlantic magazine" where he is washington editor at large. thank you so much for being here. >> my pleasure, rachel. >> president obama's announcement today that u.s. troops are going to change mission, move to a support role this spring. we had known that it was possible maybe as early as this next summer before today. do we know why the president felt he could accelerate the pace today and do it by this spring? >> well, i think that the president has looked at the -- he just won election. he has looked at the political tea leaves in the united states, and there is not very much support for this. and i think he is making a very important strategic judgment that the timing, that you've got american men and women still on the front line. they're still going to be in danger, but there is nothing strategically achievable in the spring that is different than what is strategically achievable in the summer or fall. and i think for t
to the guys behind me. >>> hello, surface i'm steve kornac kornacki. america's future or enemy? fracking is here to stay. >>> does it matter whether we call him president obama or just obama? >>> and i'm going to take you inside the oscars and tell you how to win your office pool this year. guess who's ever where you want to be? "the cycle." >>> 5,924,000 since the u.s.-led invasion in to afghanistan started and today presidents obama and karzai met to flesh out withdrawal plans. >> the reason we went to war in the first place is now within reach, ensuring that al qaeda can never again use afghanistan to launch attacks against our country. if we have a follow-on force of any sort passed 2014 it's got to be at the invitation of the afghan government and they have to feel comfortable with it. nowhere do we have any kind of security agreement with a country without immunity for our troops. >> this was their first face to face since the nato summit last spring in chicago. today was focused on defining the mission and hashing out who will have what authorities after 2014. talk of troop levels
, really cold outside. >> yeah. steve paulson joins us now. what helped prevent the predicted record cold? >> the north wind. >> so strange. >> it'll be colder i think on sunday morning. that looks to be the coldest but morning lows, some took a while. overnight lows 24 to 44, frost and freeze warnings out for about another hour. temperatures 29 at napa, fairfield was 26, now 30 telling me a little breeze picked up. 26 not far from livermore but oakland 41, the city 44 and 47 half moon bay with a north wind of 25 miles an hour. san jose 37, san rafael down to 34. with that north breeze it'll be cold. we will have to -- upper 40s, low 50s. there is a possibility maybe of some scattered showers today. more than today. you can see the system on the north coast. >> time is now 7:03. we have developing news coming in from the north bay. a teen who just turned 17 years oldo was shot to death just hours ago. claudine wong is at the apartment complex. >> reporter: they are still out here. if you look behind me you can see where they set up on the 300 block of the drake. looks like they will b
rock, pay per, scissors. >>steve: what about jacks? >> these are good old-fashioned game. >>brian: we tried to hook the pocket hose on to the hose bib at our house while the water was on. >>steve: exhibit a, ladies and gentlemen, if you're curious, we were able to turn off the hose outside. it took us about four hours. i can hardly wait till -- >> what does that outside shot have to do with it? >>steve: it's all about my christmas present.
brand of the republican party. >> steve, georgette was prepared to put up with anything, as long as you could keep her tax rates down on any form of income that she has. and now they can't quite completely guarantee it for her. so what is she in this for, because she ain't with them -- >> it is an interesting cut-off date, january 13th, as ohs forred to any other years. i view the republican party as not the only divide between the rockefellers, and the conservatives. i think the moderate wing is basically known existent now, it is the conservatives who have pragmatic instincts, and i think they actually account for the majority of the republicans in the house. but they have subordinated those instin instincts, the growth, they can grab up all the dollars, steer it into the houses in the country. they are defined by the whack jobs, they basically define conservativism as sort of an insurgents, basically means conservativism now is basically defined as i oppose obama and any and all compromise. the power is there because they're intim dating. >> and some are actually fundraising over the
like this before. which one is it? joining us now is steve kornacki, host of "the cycle." steve, it's good to see you. empty threats? or are we in uncharted obstruction territory? >> i don't think it's uncharted yet. i'm curious to see how it plays out. i think in terms of the republicans unifying in opposition, it's more likely in the case of hagel than lew, but we'll see how that plays out. i don't pick up yet in either case on the threat of what could kill either of these nominations that would be a filibuster there is a sense in hagel, even if he had all the republicans, all 45 of them say they are against him, there will be still be up or down. so maybe 55-45, maybe one democrat will peel off. the longer term threat here is this. what we've already experienced in the last four years is that the republicans in some very sort of troubling ways have changed the behavior enormous for congressional parties. you look at how they have treated the debt ceiling. they tried to claim that as a legitimate bargaining tool. you look what the senate republicans have down with the filibuster,
. >> it is time to say enough. we're going to talk to congressman steve cohen about that. we'll talk to one of the kennedys. he has controversial things to say not only about gun control but how fidell castro is underappreciated. we've got some great interviews for you guys. on a.i.g., these are the guys we bailed out. i can't believe they're doing this. turns out they're going to sue us for bailing them out. it makes me sick. on alex jones you've seen it by now, the crazy flip out but he's also flipped out on the "young turks." our battle with alex jones. that's nothing but fun. huge show ahead for you guys. it's go time. [ ♪ theme ♪ ] >> 34 americans are killed every day by firearms. >> how was newtown? >> we've got to protect our children, our police, our population. >> my favorite gun is an a.r.15, because you can be so accurate with it. >> the only thing that stops a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun. >> when will you find the courage to stand up to the gun lobbyists. >> careers would be limited if they go against the n.r.a. >> we've little to do something to keep the gun
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house by tuesday. steve handelsman joins us live from capitol hill with more on the panel discussions today. steve? >> recommendations that the nra is almost certain to oppose, maybe in their entirety. it's still a very powerful organization here on capitol hill. the question is, has it lost any power or influence or maybe gained it in the way of the massacres in all erroro, at the school in connecticut and today's shotgun killing in california that left a student wounded. another s.w.a.t. team at a school, another shooting incident. the images hit the networks as vice president said he'll send to president obama on tuesday a proposal to change u.s. gun laws. >> diminish the probability that what we've seen will okur, and diminish the probability that our children are at risk in their schools. >> reporter: the nra is expected to recommend a -- and large-capacity clips, and setting up a stronger background check system. no exceptions for gun shows and the internet market, where 40% of guns get sold in and out without any check to stop sales to criminals or the mentally ill. a mass shoo
is also expressing opposition to the ideas. steve handlesman has more on what they are talking about today. steve? >> the nra didn't like the way it went, but a big question is how powerful and influential is the nra here on capitol hill? and the answer might be still plenty powerful, despite the massacre in connecticut and today's shotgun shooting in california which left a student wounded. another s.w.a.t. team at a school. another shooting incident. the images from near bakersfield, california hit networks as vice president biden said he'll send to president obama on tuesday a proposal to change u.s. gun laws. >> diminish the probability that what we've seen will okur and diminish the probability that our children are at risk in their schools. >> reporter: biden who met with hunting groups today and the nra, is expected to recommend a new ban on assault weapons and large-capacity clips. and setting up a stronger background check sim. no exceptions for gun shows and the internet market where 40% of guns get sold in and out without any check to stop sales to criminals or the mentally ill.
joins us, steve, thanks for joining us. >> you're welcome, greta. >> greta: steve, just so that i have an understanding, what is your -- what kind of practice do you have of law. estate practice or criminal lawyer, what kind of practice? >> i'm a criminal defense attorney primarily. >> greta: okay, that's the first sign fthe wife thinks she needs a criminal defense lawyer, that's a red flag. she didn't go to an estate lawyer to figure out how to divvy up the estate he she went to a criminal defense lawyer. >> no, no, that's not what happened. what happened the estate lawyer, she -- the husband had passed away in july. the estate had been started to go through probate and around the 6th of november the state's attorney got a warrant to search her apartment, or to search her house and the warrant said it was for investigation of first degree murder. then before she hired me, or talked to me, she went into the chicago police department, talked with them for four and a half hours without counsel, and then after all of that, she informed the estate lawyer of what had happened. and he told h
. and then after that we did steve o'donnell's show, then rob burnette was our head writer for a long time and we did his show. i liked the fact that these people were all smarter and funnier than i was. because i don't know what i am doing. >> is this self-deprecation or you believe that. >> i think it's true. >> they were doing their show rather than your show. >> yeah, yeah, and it's a great relief because you then learn from them while they're doing it. and you can compliment what they're doing or personalize it to make yourself fit in. >> here's an interesting thing. this whole notion of the kennedy honors is recognizing something about your contribution. what johnny carson meant to you, you mean to jimmy kimmel. and others. and do you have any sense of that? i mean dow appreciate that. >> jimmy kimmel is a case, he's been very nice to me. he's a nice kid and been very gracious to me. and to the point where it's made me self-conscious. and i start thinking about what this is. and the comparison that he had made that you are to me what carson was to you. and the difference is all i really hav
't tough enough or they're not viewed as tough enough to handle the pentagon. and steve clemens on "rachel d maddow" made a point that swayed me. >> the democrats that came in many of them that came in with president obama and also part of the concern that americans don't trust democrats to deploy power to be forceful in the world have adopted in many of the institutions they have built in four to five to six years a pentagon hugging strategy of not wanting to reform or cut because of the fear that they will be considered vietnam democrats, anti-military democrats. >> and i think there's some truth to that and i do think in this time where we are going to be looking at cutting the pentagon's budget and scaling back our military to a certain extent, i do think maybe republican would be better positioned to do that and wouldn't be, especially one who's served in the vietnam war wouldn't be subject to the criticisms in the same way a democrat could be. >> part of obama's calculus. >> i will say i would like to see some women picked for some positions. maybe obama needs to borrow some of the
coming, a long time coming, a very long time coming. joining us now is steve clemens from the new america foundation. he writes for "atlantic" magazine, washington editor at large. thank you for being here. >> my pleasure, rachel. >> president obama's announcement that troops will move to a support role this spring, we had known it was possible maybe as early as this next summer before today, do we know why the president felt he could accelerate the pace today and do it by this spring? >> i think that the president looked at the tea leaves in the united states, not much support for this. making a strategic judgment that the timing that you have american men and women still on the front line, going to still in danger, but nothing strate c strategically achievable in the spring that is different than what is strategically achievable in the summer or fall. for those people who thought barack obama would acquiesce to permanent war, they are totally wrong this is a very important day. i was re-reading "the drift: the unmooring of american military power," written by one rachel mad yao today,
joins us and steve liesman, our senior economics reporter. you worried, what are you thinking here? >> you know the problem is we're already starting to see the consequences and specifically we saw that in the quarters leading up to the fiscal cliff discussion, and really this is just another reminder, another round reminding the american people and the world just how much of an imbalance this u.s. u.s. economy has become with out-of-control government spending and removing any incentive for businesses to invest in the u.s. economy. these are different conversations. when we talk about the government shutdown as a result of breaching the cliff, this is on obligations already made, dollars already spent. the conversation that we need to have or include here is reining in future spending which is what the republicans are trying to do at this point. >> what do you think, steve? have we already seen damage to the economy with all this uncertainty and questions surrounding the debt ceiling and the fiscal cliff, or is there a point that you believe the debt ceiling fight damages the econ
as the main player? >> steve liesman and rick santelli tell us what they think it all means. steve, you first. you recently did, as you know that great interview with tim geithner right here on the "closing bell." how well do you know lew? >> not as well. he was at omb for a brief time, a couple years in this administration, his second go-round there. look, we're learning more about him, and i don't think there's very much mystery here. he would be picked for the job because he's a budget expert, and that also he's a loyalist inside the obama administration and in a place that values loyalty like a lot of white houses, and the question becomes does he have other critical qualifications that say wall street or the international banking and financial system would require, with the big question being, you know, if we were at a place where there was another financial crisis, how well would jack lew, as did robert ruben, hank paulsen and tim geithner do to instill confidence? >> steve, you were right on the money with the jack lew prediction. you and i had this conversation, but i just wonder, you
fed treasury and others presented their points. robert steve miller said the board fulfilled its fiduciary duty and the board reject it had entirely meaning it won't pursue the claims on its own or allowing greenberg international to pursue the claims in aidentifying's name. the ceo from 1967 until 2005, greenberg's long criticized the government's handling of aig during the financial crisis. his term filed the suit on behalf of other aig shareholders, the suit claiming, among other things, the firm's investors weren't properly compensated for the 80% stake the company took as collateral for the rescue packaged back in 2008. calls for clarification on the decision were not delivered. back to you. >> joining me right now in an exclusive interview, ceo benmosche. thanks for joining us. >> thank you, maria. >> very important time for the company and shareholders are out there watching this. first off i've got to say reading the court of public opinion, lots of headlines. now we've got a lawsuit against the government. the government bailed out this company. why did you even look at
a discussion about the subjects that are in the book for foreign policy. [applause] >> thank you steve. you instrumental to make this project have been. also oxford university press that published the book and also to my:editor catherine and the people here at the foundation also jonathan who helped to make the book possible. the reason it was necessary storming off the stage from 1970's of the insurgent movement is important yet at the same time that is less well understood. and we had the great bull of on the taliban but we wanted to focus how did they develop after 9/11? we have one dozen chapters in the book and those on stage you contributed in those two writing a book that chapter with the taliban insurgency as it relates to the condo tarry taliban without movement to negotiate with the afghan government were not followed up. also the professor at national defence university and at columbia and that a high ranking pakistan a police official that now has the political scene when the political ecosystem that the pact is danny taliban chance when because although the m&a are sufficiently
and gentlemen, please welcome the cast of steve silver's beach blanket babylon. [cheers and applause] >> ladies and gentlemen, the san francisco 49ers -- >> [inaudible] >> woo. >> laughter. come on. the san francisco giants. [cheers and applause] that's better. the detroit tigers. and that can only happen in the greatest city in the world, san francisco! [cheers and applause] >> "san francisco, open your golden gate". (music). [cheers and applause] "san francisco, when i get home again i'm coming home". [cheers and applause] >> ladies and gentlemen, please welcome giants' announcer renel brooks moon. >> what's up everybody? hello san francisco giants fans. [cheers and applause] how are you doing? this is so nice. we had to do it twice; right? thank you all for coming out today. and ladies and gentlemen it is my honor to welcome you to the official city celebration honoring your 2012 world series champions san francisco giants. now, as we gather together as a community today to celebrate this joyous occasion we do want to take a moment first to recognize those impacted by hurricane sand
some of the, for their love and support. thank you. [applause] >> steve castile. [applause] >> i started working for the public works department 15 years ago. we are like a family. it is a very close-knit group. i think, because of that, we get the best out of people. one of the problems we encountered in the city was we were not able to pay our vendors and contractors. people were entering data inconsistently. documents were always getting lost. payments were not going out. the numbers do not add up. everything has to flow horizontal and vertical leap. we created several modules to make it easier for contractors to attach the documents in a standardized format. we do not have to go deeper anymore. i don't have a formal education in i.t., however, i have deployed some systems when i was working for the industry, and i brought in young, energetic staff to help. we implemented this. it took three months. people knew when they were going to get paid. i think we have a happy contractor community. >> these system improvements have really it increased service to our clients and reduced
president mike hardeman. thank you. and commissioner steve nakaja. and i want to introduce our police department deputy chief at the airport, the guy in charge. david chen is here. from the adjacent coast guard facility, the commander. and we have staff members from our congressional delegation. we have staff members from senator feinstein's office, nancy pelosi's office, and others. thank you for joining us today. [applause] throughout our history, safety and security has always been our priority. safety and security of our passengers, and safety of our employees. we are building on that commitment by commissioning what is the first fire rescue boat house facility on the west coast of the united states. more simply -- [airplane noise] we are at an airport. this is the first marine emergency response facility on the west coast. more simply, we can call it the first fireboat house at an airport. it is a core value for the airport team that we have worked together to provide an exceptional airport, that we are innovating, and that we work in partnership. this is a partnership between th
with a one-shot lead with an eagle on 14. he shoots 68 to finish four strokes ahead of steve stricker for his 7th career win on tour. >>> alabama beat notre dame for the second straight year. catherine webb screen left coming up right there the girlfriend of crimson tide quarterback aj mccarren. thanks to a few seconds of air time the reigning miss alabama gained over 100,000 new twitter followers. >> she has 100,000 twitter followers now. >> she went from 300 two weeks ago to 200,000 and lebron james is following her now. it's true. lebron james is following her on twitter right now. >> i'm going to get a following myself. [ laughter ] >> hey. >> good luck. good luck trying to compete with lebron james. but when i saw that picture last night, there's only one person i thought of. can we -- as a matter of fact do we have that right there? [ laughter ] >> oh!! >> now you're going to gain 100,000 twitter followers! so my effort now is to get elizabeth cook 100,000 followers! >> do you see it? allen, help me out! absolutely! >> look at the simi
are temporary. in 2009e national mall .as frigid >> will we have cold temperatures for tomorrow, steve? tonight, not so bad out there. if you're looking for flakes of snow, you have to head north. when i say north, we are talking western maryland. this will not amount to a whole lot. you'll lucky to see a quarter of to half an inch. rain across the district and arlington and alexandria. it is stretching down 95. that will be the situation as we to the overnight hours. this system will be out of here by the time you wake up tomorrow. only a few lingering showers. humming up in a few minutes, we the weatherabout for the redskins game tomorrow. highs in the 50's. i will look at the 7 day outlook coming up. google maps is not just for getting directions anymore. they are tracking the damage caused by hurricane sandy. staten island homes were devastated by the hurricane. they want their ruined homes on the internet for all to see. updated maps will help spur the recovery by highlighting the damage there. excitement is building for layoff game tomorrow afternoon. we will show you why fans from both s
saturday afternoon. it will be a cold one. steve gilbert will travel the road to colorado. >> i have to go home tonight and get ready. they say might hit 20 degrees on saturday. it is going to be chile indeed. no arguing the size of the challenge to face the broncos. -- it is going to be chilly indeed. it is the task they face. they do not have a choice in regards to it. the music blaring at of noxious levels. one thing for which they cannot prepare is the elevation change. the thin air of denver that no one else in the league can match. the broncos also run a fast- paced offense. ravens defensive coordinator says yes. >> i have never really bought into the altitude thing to be honest with you. maybe it is because i had a professor in college who says when these guys sit on the masksines and put oxygen - on, it is placebo. there is nothing. unless you are really at an altitude of climbing a mountain and your way up there, it really is more in your head than anything else. that is what i have believed for the past 40 years. >> when i told some of the players that, they said that as coach ta
't come with the training. steve jobs was the brand marketing expert at apple. tim cook is logistics guy. we look at tim, how did he heck did he get to be ceo of anything let alone the most powerful company in tech? i think nature here, apple is looking across at samsung, competing hard with samsung and starting to adopt sam sung's policies and practices and samsung is a broadband, more of a value brand and segment. melissa: looking right now, the market share, what we've seen and it has just been a huge jump. in 2011, samsung's market share was 22% to apple's 13. if you look what happened in 2012, samsung has jumped all the way to 31%, a huge jump. another 10%. meanwhile apple just ticked up two points, to 15. seems like samsung is really eating their lunch and apple should go back to what has worked for them, instead of trying to do this other thing, right? maybe they can't? maybe they're out of ideas? their trademark was amazing innovation. is that gone with steve jobs? >> well, what steve wozniak beliefs, when steve jobs passed a lot of people that created innovation with apple left
to be a cool entrepreneur. we want a world where our kids can grow up and be the next steve jobs. i don't think it iss gone or dead. but the headlines are not that good. wayne what would you say. >> they have to get used to a different standard of living. we have live indeed a great period of time . joathon said it is not going to continue. pick up the paper. i read the no times just this past week. there is it a professor in georgetown university. excuse me let me finish. a professor who wants to get rid of the constitution . we have poom teaching in our schools that garbage. you can't be having an educational system that gets rid of the constitution and think tre is it a future in the united states. >> my mom said how great the 50s were and maybe she is marjorie thank you for joining us this week. >> thank you . >> coming up. i hope losing weight is not your new year's resolution. packing on the pounds
they are up to. >> steve jobs adieued the iphone on this day in history. at 1:5, the aflac duck was brought in with multiple lacerations to the wing and a fractured beak. surgery was successful but he will be in a cast until it is fully healed, possibly seval months. so, if the duc isn't able to work, ow will he pay for his living expenses? aflac. like his rent and car payments? aflac. what about gas and groceries? aflac. cell phone? aflac, but i doubt he'll be using his phone for quite a while cause like i said, he has a fractured beak. [ male announcer ] send the aflac duck a get-well card at getwellduck.com. >> welcome back to "fox & friends first". >> it is half past the hour. it is time now for the top 5@5:30 on the east coast. prosecutors could call their last witness today in the preliminary hearing for the accused dark knight shooter james holmes. they may call their own witnesses after that. the fbi agents describe the deadly trap he left for fbi agents. he had bullets that would burn so hot even water couldn't cool them. he set his computer up to play loud music hoping someone wou
's abc's steve osunsami. >> reporter: it looks real, but this $100 bill is funny money and production is booming. federal authorities are now saying that in most cases the crooks are using everyday office equipment, scanners, printers and ink. >> it's easier and faster today because of copiers and the sophistication in different type of inking systems. >> reporter: in atlanta, they busted a graphic artist. known in criminal circles as the printer. prosecutors say that he and his father and four other men produced more than a million dollars in counterfeit bills, using a printer to print out fake 50s. printing the front. -- front bill on one sheet, the back on another, before carefully gluing it all together. there are a flood of how-to guides on the internet. in november, rhode island police arrested this man, who they believed learned how to use a check cal suit to make fake 100s. >> a consumer takes the time to look at the water mark and see it doesn't match the portrait. they would know something was wrong with the bill. >> reporter: the government says new security features help.
troops and their families stationed around the world, thank you. steves: pause at any street corner to enjoy a vivid slice of neapolitan life. and don't forget to look up. with no yards, families make full use of their tiny balconies. this is basso living. basso living. what does that mean? it can mean "low." so, literally, low? this is like a small apartment -- two, three bedrooms for five, six, seven, eight, nine people to a family. the traditional, sort of romantic life in the streets. life in the streets, yeah. many people might have money to go away from here, but they still stay here. steves: no taste of naples is complete without a pizza. antica pizzeria da michele is a favorite. baking in just the right combination of fresh dough, mozzarella, and tomatoes in traditional woodburning ovens, this restaurant is considered by many the birthplace of pizza. they brag it takes several years of practice to get the dough just right. catering to pizza purists, the menu is brief -- just two kinds. marinara comes with tomato sauce, oregano, and garlic -- no cheese. margarita celebrates t
'll raise the temperature to the low sixties. we'll add some heat. >> and steve says they've steadily seen an increase in avocado consumption. on average, each american now consumes about 3 avocados per year. but steve thinks that will increase to 5 or 6 avocados within the next couple of years. so whether you try avocados in guacamole at your next party or try them to support farmers like the bruces, the time is indeed ripe to try some california avocados today. for "california country," i'm tracy sellers. >> brought to you by allied insurance, a member of the nationwide family of companies, which also includes nationwide insurance. on your side. >> today on food 101, we are talking about potatoes. and here to help us is greg corrigan, senior director of produce and floral here at raley's. all right, potato, pot-ah-to, whatever you call it. i don't know. >> you say potato, i say pot-ah-to. >> right. that's why we'll go to dinner tomorrow. but what do i need to know about picking out a good potato? >> well, there's--first of all, there's lots of choices when it comes to potatoes. >> ok. >>
and former consultanto the treasury department and steve son, president of capital public affairs and a former labo department official. all-starith you. where can get -- what you make of this report? >> 455,000, which was the jobs increases, the average for the past couple of yers. what is really striking about this is this is the best we will e for a while. gerri: what? >> yeah. normally at the start of the year we're looking at big stimulus. last year payroll tax cut, help fr the fed. on average since 2008 the stimulus of the srt of the year has been three and 55 billion. this year its-270000000000. so we go from of big tailwind to a big head wind. this isthe best numbers we can do at this point, wait until those tax cuts, people and get their payroll, thir paychecks. gerri: let's let steve and then. do you agree. >> i think it's pathetic. the economy really is treading water. we have the most lackluster recovery since the great depression. clearly the president's policies are not dng what they're supposed to be doing. a lot of clients, small business people a petrified th no i
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. >> there we go. >> i don't think -- >> pimco -- >> you know i'm thinking of steve jobs and -- >> i know. >> it's -- >> i'm going to do it with my ipad, too. anyway when we come back. an interesting -- interest rate decision from the bank of england is just a few minutes away. plus president obama set to nominate jack lou as treasury today. roger altman will join us on set as our guest host for the next hour. "squawk" will be right back. ♪ [ male announcer ] how do you turn an entrepreneur's dream... ♪ into a scooter that talks to the cloud? ♪ or turn 30-million artifacts... ♪ into a high-tech masterpiece? ♪ whatever your business challenge, dell has the technology and services to help you solve it. >>> talking treasury. who is america's new top money man? the nomination of jack lew and what this means for the markets. reaction from former deputy treasury secretary roger altman. >>> stocks in focus. the most important themes for investors. get the names before trading begins, with jason trennert. >> and the herbalife war of words. >> herbalife is a pyramid scheme. >> now another activ
paramedics to other facilities if they could do so safely. steve brown is at a hospital in chicago. steve, is there something this year that's causing to spread? >> you bet, shep. >> last month it was responsible for a 27 full year-to-year jump in the number of confirmed cases country. the other thing about it which is very startling it is both new and powerful. >> mutated a little bit. there is a variance. our bodies are not immune to this variance. so we are seeing now increase disease, increased severity. >> bad combination. early arrival a new strain that we're not immune to. it's just a bad combination. >> shepard: sometimes they get the vaccine right. it's very effective sometimes they don't. what happened this year? >> they did get it right. they did get correctly. >> antivirus that they put into it. the window to get that shot is closing rapidly. if you get the flu and you are hoping tamiflu that antiviral drug treatment for folks will get the flu will somehow bail you out. that's a treatment which lessens the symptoms and the duration of the flu. doesn't prevent the flu. and it's
us along with brian is peter anderson of congress asset management and our own steve leisman and rick santelli. you think it's going to be another good year of gains. target on the s&p 1575. defend it. >> well, we do. i'll remind everyone we were at 1420 last year. we base all of our analysis on fundamentals. >> you were off by a point. >> i'm sorry. >> a whole point. >> seriously. >> i'm sorry. but we think the fundamental condition of u.s. stocks remains very strong. if you take a look at the balance sheet strength, earning stability. fourth quarter earnings i think was a surprise to the upside. companies have been conservative of all these great things. no that we're done with this fiscal cliff situation, i think we do have a bit of wind behind our sails. however, we don't think that 2013 will be as strong as 2012 given the fact that so many people were underexposed stocks in 2012. we've had this kind of natural rotation back in. i think 2013 will be positive. >> but are we really done is the question. we've got the debt ceiling debt bait coming. peter, what's your take? >> well, i
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wall street journal"'s steve moore. steve, a disturbing series of events, to put it mildly. >> no question about it, neil. and, look, we have a three-branch system of government in washington. the president is the chief of the executive branch, that means the president doesn't make the laws, he executes the laws that congress passes. and, you know, i'm in austin, texas, today. here in texas everybody's been talking about this. what is with all these executive orders? what gives the president the authority to do this? and the one that, you know, i'm most interested in, obviously, is whether the president will try to unilaterally raise the debt ceiling without approval of congress. and that is the scuttlebutt right now in washington, that the president is simply going to do it whether congress authorizes that extension or not. neil: you know, sabrina, it's odd that this is occurring the same week we saw the movie "lincoln" honored with 12 oscar nods. of course, a lot of people point to the fact that abraham lincoln, you know, habeas corpus went way after and way beyond what c
move to seattle in a $500 million deal. the -- they would sell to chris hanson 1k3* steve baumer to microsoft. they lost the sonics when they moved to oklahoma city. stanford hosting washington state and powell told the cougs, learn to live with rejection. i have. trailing 57-50 tour stanford use -- 54, stanford takes control. it is powell again. 16 points and 11 boards. he is bright and crafty and had a game high 21. it was 78-67. and berkeley, the best shooter was this guy during a time-out going rick barry underhanded and banks in the last one. cal hosting washington and tied at 18. huskies on a 16-0 run. solomon answers here with a nasty dunk, but a disappointing home loss for mike montgomery. solomon, where is that bit? this abc7 sports report is brought to you by river rock casino. >> up next, jimmy kimmle >> up next, jimmy kimmle li it takes all kinds of good to make a family. at new york life, everything we do is to help you keep good going. wake up weather. grab a jacket. it will be cold. low 30s to low 40s at 5:00 a.m. mid40s at 8:00 a.m. you may need an umbrella. breez
guard steve nash reached a new milestone, 10,000 assists and still counting. nash is only the fifth nba player to do that. congratulations to you. >>> a tale of two cities and twin brothers as rob ryan was fired as defensive coordinator of the dallas cowboys. in new york the jets announce md his twin brother rex ryan will keep his job as head coach. ryan said if sanchez does not play well next season quote that number will change. just ahead, kim and kanye's newmantion and which diva will perform for president obama at the inauguration. "breaking dawn" part two is breaking some records but not the kind that film makers want. you're watching "early today." >>> back to "early today" on this wednesday pornography. storm moving through the northwest. cold front will slice through behind it. colder air will move in through much of the west. all stormy weather is locked in the intermountain west. significant snows for all the ski countries over the next 24 to 48 hours maybe all the way out to friday. here's the forecast. look at tomorrow. tomorrow the colder air arrives with it, chance of sno
to microsoft's steve balmer and hedge fund chris hanton. they plan to move the kings to seattle's key arena by next season. >>> dallas mavericks billionaire, the owner mark cuban has been fined for a tweet about poor efficienting. during his 13 years as an owner, the owner here, cuban, paid an estimated $2 million in nba fines. >>> and next month a rare 148-year-old baseball card might bring about $100,000 at auction. it's an original 1865 photograph of the brooklyn atlantic amateur baseball club mounted on a card. and it was found at a yard sale in maine. the only other card like it is in the library of congress. >> early today sports is brought to you by just for men, autostop, gray is over. >>> musical stairs to brighten your morning commute. who won big at the people's choice awards? and a new home for a family devastated by hurricane sandy. you're watching "early today." >>> good morning. welcome back. the west coast enjoying temperatures right now mostly in the 30s. you have to go gown to california to get the 40s and 50s. we are talking about the snowstorm in salt lake city, up into
of this car. you're about to feel why. there you go. we are in good hands. steve lorten, a professional driver, trying to give us an idea of the capabilities of this jeep grand cherokee. what can she do? >> we're at 30 degrees right here. let's do it. >> reporter: if i had a breakfast sandwich, i might have been able to add to the weight and tip it over. you take people through different disciplines as you call it just to show what a four-wheel drive can do. i guess they're surprised by what? >> almost everything. like this one, for instance. this is our suspension demo. this is going to get really bumpy. hang on tight. we're going to run around this. it will shake you up. this is pretty much a kick right here. >> reporter: how hard is this to drive? i know you're a professional. but the layperson coming in here. >> it's all about time and miles. you've got to have a little experience. you have to cut your teeth somewhere. >> reporter: this is going to prove we have traction, i'm hoping. >> 35 degrees, 18 feet to the top. >> reporter: mission control ready for liftoff. that's what it feels lik
this, it was with steve young's arm. 14 years later, it was with coldlin cappermake's leg. here is cap there in on a record night and after throwing an interception on his first try, look at this man go to work. nobody opened, i will run it anyway. how about a 20-yard touchdown to tie the game up at seven. tied at 24 midway through the third. this one as ahmadinejad design play -- design play. giving san francisco a lead, they would not give up, won and capperknack rushed for is 84 yards. we just saw him in the post- game comments and unflippable for a man this young to have had so much at this stage of his young career. we will recap as the 49ers headed back to back nfc championship games. back to you. >>> vern, thank so much, 49ers fans and their fevers running ramid as the packers took and early league and they made a come back. don has more. >> here is the difference about watching at a bar. candle stick is dark and cold but at the bar it is celebratory dancing and here is what it looks like when the 9ers were playing. >> groaning and not cheering as green bay scores first. >> it
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and kreeger, a senior vice president at american airlines, will take over when version chief executive steve ridgway retires next month. >> delta airlines bought a 49% stake in version 4 $360 million last month, creating a joint venture aimed at extending its international reach with valuable slots at london's heathrow throw airports. >> if your web browser was a loose low, you have missed out on your chance for tickets to the severance is all 49ers playoff game on saturday. >> tickets were sold on line beginning get in yesterday morning and were sold out in less than three minutes for the team's divisional round of match with the green bay packers. >> fans hoping to still get tickets are encouraged to go to end f l ticket exchange or stuff hub for additional tickets. >> ticket for this can range from $195 to $10,000. >> game time saturday at 5:00 p.m. at candlestick park. >> the time is 7:11 a.m.. we will talk to gary next. we will talk about how the warriors have been doing and the 49ers game. 7:12 a.m.. we will be right of the week. or how to get great prices on things you need.
meltzer, steve dixon, and jack hirsch man. >> you can black as out of the press, blog and arrest us, tear gas, mace, and shoot us, as we know very well, you will, but this time we're not turning back. we know you are finished. desperate, near the end. hysterical in your flabbergastlyness. amen. >> after the readings, the crowd headed to a reception upstairs by wandering through the other gallery rooms in the historic home. the third floor is not usually reserved for just parties, however. it is the stage for live performances. ♪ under the guidance of musical curators, these three, meridian has maintained a strong commitment to new music, compositions that are innovative, experimental, and sometimes challenging. sound art is an artistic and event that usually receives short shrift from most galleries because san francisco is musicians have responded by showing strong support for the programming. ♪ looking into meridian's future, she says she wants to keep doing the same thing that she has been doing since 1989. to enlighten and disturbed. >> i really believe that all the arts have a se
. >> thank you. >> good morning directors, steve with turner construction. another good period of work put in place these last -- this last month. let's see if question get we can get this going. 561,000 craft hours through the end of november/early december. a little more than 11,000 since we last spoke. the hours represent about 160-200 workers in the field on any given day across multiple shifts that we're running. and later in the report, there is a tally. that is over a thousand unique jobs during the transit center construction including utilities. so that is craft people, a thousand craft people having worked or touched this project as reported in the certified payroll system. the sc contractor made their milestone of 162 and actually completed 165 and is on track to finish on on-time. the excavation continues and the rains that we had a week or so ago slowed things down with a little mud at the bottom of the excavation, but it continues to move west to east and under fremont street is the next step. the access trestle was completed all the way to fremont street. so the contr
in favor aye and move that we adjourn in memory of francis alwrote oh, steve chew john tell at a wallet tear newman. second may they rest in pees. meeting adjourned at 713 prime minister. merry christmas and happy new year. >> good morning and welcome to the regular transbay joint powers authority board of supervisors' meeting for thursday, december 13th and happy holidays to everybody. may we take roll call please. >> prior to taking roll i will note for the record that director sartipi has a scheduling conflict and will not be present today. director lloyd? >> present. >> director metcalf? >> present. >> director reiskin. >> present. >> vice-chair ortiz? >> present. >> and chair kim? >> present. >> madame chair you have a quorum. >> thank you. do you have any communications this morning? >> none that i'm aware of. >> is there any new or old business from the board of directors? seeing none let's move on to the executive director's report. >> good morning everyone. i would like to begin my report this morning on this last board meeting of the year by dedicating our boa
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